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OF RARE INTEREST AND VALUE,
JUST PUBLISHED BY
JOHN P. JEWETT AND COMPANY,
Owing to the unparalleled draft upon our resources, during the past year, on account of the unexampled sale of Uncle Tom's Cabin, a large number of most valuable manuscripts were obliged to lie untouched in our safe, waiting a favorable moment to appear in print. We have availed ourselves of the earliest moment, and now offer them to the readers of good books. Most of them are issued. Those still in press will be published speedily.
THE SHADY SIDE;
OR, LIFE IN A COUNTRY PARSONAGE.
BY A PASTOR'S WIFE.
This volume is designed, in a measure, as a contrast to that charming little book, Sunny Side, and we doubt not that it will meet with quite as favorable a reception as that work. It is written in an admirable style, and he who commences its perusal will hardly be able to stop until he has gone through. Price 75 cents.
COUNT STRUENZEE, THE SCEPTIC AND THE CHRISTIAN.
TRANSLATED FROM THE GERMAN BY MRS. WILSON.
This most interesting work contains the history of the last days of this distinguished man, and the account of his numerous interviews and conversations with his pastor, Munter, through whose instrumentality he was led to abandon his scepticism, and embrace the religion of Jesus. Price 621 cents.
THE LAST HOURS OF CHRIST.
BY W. G. SCHAUFFLER, MISSIONARY AT CONSTANTINOPLE.
A portion of this most admirably written volume of Meditations on the last hours of our Saviour upon earth was published some years since, and met with great favor from the religious public. The work has been re-written, and very much enlarged, and is again offered to the community. We would not say a word in its commendation to those who have read the volume as originally published. To those who love to go with the Redeemer of men, to meditate in the garden of Gethsemane, or upon the Mount of Olives, or by the Sea of Galilee, this volume will afford a vein of sacred thought. Price $1.
DR. BEECHER'S THIRD VOLUME.
We have just issued the third volume in the series of the writings of this venerable and eloquent man, as has been lately said of him by some one, "the father of more brains than any other man in the country." This volume contains his Views of Theology, and his celebrated Trial for Heresy before the Presbytery and Synod of Cincinnati. With a superb steel Portrait, by Andrews. Price $1. No clergyman's library is complete without Dr. Beecher's writings.
WHITE SLAVERY IN THE BARBARY STATES.
BY HON. CHARLES SUMNER, U. S. S.
ILLUSTRATED BY 40 SUPERB DESIGNS BY BILLINGS, ENGRAVED BY BAKER, SMITH AND ANDREWS.
This superb volume in its typography and illustrations, and elegant in its composition, being one of the finest productions of its accomplished author, is offered to the public in this most attractive form, with the hope that thousands may peruse its glowing pages, and from them receive fresh stimulus in their efforts to elevate humanity from degradation and wrong. They will learn from it that in years past white men as well as blacks have felt the galling yoke of slavery. Price 50 cents.
JUDGE JAY'S WRITINGS ON SLAVERY.
In one volume, 12mo, with a Portrait. Price $1.
Who has rendered more efficient services to the cause of humanity than the venerable Judge Jay? His collective writings will be among the very best contributions to the anti-slavery literature of the country.
PHILOSOPHY OF MYSTERIOUS RAPPINGS;
OR, THE DYNAMIC LAWS AND RELATIONS OF MAN
BY DR. E. C. ROGERS.
A learned and philosophical exposure of the modern belief in Spiritual Manifestations, showing, most conclusively, that we need not go to the spirit world to account for those things, but that they can all be explained by human agency, and upon philosophical principles. Let the believers in Spiritual Rappings read this able and conclusive work. Price $1.
THE TRIAL BY JURY.
BY LYSANDER SPOONER.
We need not inform the public that any work from Mr. Spooner's pen would be one of great research and learning—his logical acuteness as a writer is too well known. This, his last, and perhaps his greatest effort, on the Trial by Jury, is destined to create a commotion in the world. Jurymen will learn their rights and duties from it, and also learn to what an alarming extent their rights have been encroached upon. We bespeak for this able treatise a candid perusal. Price $1.25 in cloth; $1.50 in law sheep.
GERMAN UNCLE TOM.
TRANSLATED BY PROFESSOR HUTTEN.
One volume, octavo. Price 50 cts.
The English language has been exhausted in praise of this unrivalled tale; and this translation into the German language we believe will be as popular among the large German population in this country.
BOOK OF 1000 ANECDOTES:
HUMOROUS, GRAVE AND WITTY.
BY M. LAFAYETTE BYRN, M. D.
There are hours when men need relaxation from the sterner labors of life, both bodily and mental. In these seasons, such a volume as the above is a desirable companion, and affords that relief which the mind needs. Price $1.
A KEY TO UNCLE TOM'S CABIN.
BY MRS. H. B. STOWE.
A work which will most thoroughly establish the truth of every statement in "Uncle Tom's Cabin," and a good many not in that work. Price 50 cents.
The Congressional Speeches of this distinguished and uncompromising anti-slavery veteran, who is still battling nobly with the powers of darkness. Complete in one volume, 12mo. With a Portrait. Price $1.
KEY TO UNCLE TOM, IN GERMAN.
This work is now being translated into German by one of our best German scholars, and will be issued soon after the publication of the English edition. Price 50 cents.
WRITINGS OF PROF. BELA B. EDWARDS, D. D.
BY REV. PROF. PARK, D.D. WITH A MEMOIR, BY DR. PARK,
This work, which has been unavoidably delayed, will be issued in two volumes, 12mo, about the first of April.
The numerous admirers of Dr. Edwards will hail with pleasure this announcement. The collected writings of such a man are an invaluable contribution to our literature, more particularly when compiled by so ripe a scholar as Dr. Park. The memoir glows with all the fervid enthusiasm of the editor. Price $2.50.
COMPLETE ENCYCLOPÆDIA OF MUSIC.
BY JOHN W. MOORE.
Assisted by John S. Dwight, Esq., the learned and accomplished Editor of The Journal of Music.
This work will occupy an unoccupied field, no such work ever having been compiled before, either in this country or in England. It will bo a complete Dictionary of all Musical Terms; a History of the Science of Music, from the earliest times to the present; a Treatise on Harmony and Thorough Bass; a Decscription of all known Musical Instruments, and a complete Musical Biography, containing a succinct memoir of more than 3000 of the most distinguished musical celebrities and composers who have ever lived. To be comprised in one large royal 8vo. volume, of about 1000 pages, double columns. To bo published during the summer.
The above valuable works are published by
JOHN P. JEWETT & Co., Boston.
JEWETT, PROCTOR & WORTHINGTON, Cleveland, Ohio.
AND FOR SALE BY BOOKSELLERS GENERALLY.